Harvard's expanding campus in Allston is home to a vibrant community as well as an evolving academic and entrepreneurial ecosystem that brings together the arts, sciences, and humanities. The ArtLab now welcomes students and visiting artists to explore its diverse, innovative space for artistic collaboration. The state-of-the-art Science and Engineering Complex, now under construction, will open its doors in the fall of 2020, and the search for a development partner for the Enterprise Research Campus is under way. Meanwhile, the University is making plans for a new home for the American Repertory Theater, including a center for research and performance.

  • The ArtLab in Allston will further amplify the importance of arts-practice research and collaboration at Harvard.

    A New Space for the Arts

    Drawing on Harvard's myriad artistic makers, the ArtLab in Allston fosters interdisciplinary collaboration, investigation, and connection within the community and with established and emerging artists. Read More

  • The Harvard Allston Land Co. has issued a request for proposals for an Enterprise Research Campus

    Developer Sought for Research Campus

    The Harvard Allston Land Co. has requested proposals for the initial phase of a new Enterprise Research Campus on Western Avenue in Allston. Read More

  • David E. Goel AB '93 and Stacey L. Goel

    A Far-Reaching Gift to the Arts

    A $100 million donation from David E. Goel AB '93 and Stacey L. Goel will enable Harvard to imagine a 21st-century research and performance center in Allston. Read More

  • Harvard Allston Partnership Fund awards

    Investing in Allston

    Sixteen local nonprofits received a total of $100,000 in the 11th round of Harvard Allston Partnership Fund grants. Read More

  • Thomas Glynn and Nitin Nohria discuss plans for Harvard's Enterprise Research Campus in Allston

    Harvard Subsidiary to Advance Allston Project

    Harvard Business School Dean Nitin Nohria and former Massport CEO Thomas Glynn will share leadership of a new Harvard subsidiary formed to oversee development of the 36-acre Enterprise Research Campus in Allston. Read More

  • Emily Dahl SB '19

    A Life-Saving Homework Assignment

    A class project developed by students at the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences could help save the lives of thousands of children with cancer. Read More

  • Robobee

    Robobee Flies Solo

    In the Harvard Microrobotics Lab, decades of research culminated in a moment of stress as the tiny, groundbreaking Robobee made its first solo flight. Read More

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